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    Quote Originally Posted by talktomewillis View Post
    For the entertainment value and product (the team) value, that seems like a bargain.
    What entertainment? The game is outside. I agree if your reason to go is to chitchat and socialize.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Localyokel View Post
    I think $500 is way too much. I don't see the value at that price, but if they can sell out whatever the capacity is, fantastic. I'd rather be outside watching the game. Don't think I'd spend enough time in there to justify the cost.
    I think the suites are $100,000 up front, pkus,tickets and an annual fee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dad04 View Post
    I think the suites are $100,000 up front, pkus,tickets and an annual fee.
    He is not talking anything about the suites. This is simply for access to the club area. They are selling about 250-300 passes at $500 each.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Localyokel View Post
    What entertainment? The game is outside. I agree if your reason to go is to chitchat and socialize.
    I think by "entertainment value" he meant entertaining clients, potential clients, etc.

    The Stadium Club is $500 extra (per seat) in addition to your regular season ticket cost.

    At my appointment, I asked Casbon how many stadium club spots are available. He replied, "About 400, and it looks like it may already be sold out. People who do not get in will be put on a waiting list."

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    I did ask Mat about it and he told me $500 will get you in plus the food would be higher quality than concessions. But if you have to pay for drinks and food over the $500, well for $18/game just for AC is a bit much.


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    According to Harris... his understanding... includes "free" basic concessions such as popcorn and water/soft drinks and upgraded cash bar and food menu for sale.


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    Quote Originally Posted by GreatestStory View Post
    I think by "entertainment value" he meant entertaining clients, potential clients, etc.

    The Stadium Club is $500 extra (per seat) in addition to your regular season ticket cost.

    At my appointment, I asked Casbon how many stadium club spots are available. He replied, "About 400, and it looks like it may already be sold out. People who do not get in will be put on a waiting list."
    That's GREAT. Im glad they can sell them all at that price. I guess that means they may be priced right

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    Quote Originally Posted by Localyokel View Post
    That's GREAT. Im glad they can sell them all at that price. I guess that means they may be priced right
    It's priced right for some people, but for biggest %, it is over priced. You will always have that 350-400 fans that have $500 in their back pocket that acts like chump change to them....I'm not one of them......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frenchie35 View Post
    It's priced right for some people, but for biggest %, it is over priced. You will always have that 350-400 fans that have $500 in their back pocket that acts like chump change to them....I'm not one of them......
    Me either. I think it's an awesome space, and just being inside of it today made me want to pull the trigger, but I know I would regret that decision later

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    Everyone has their own reasons for buying some luxury. I've got mine, and the club is a great value to me. People shouldn't presume my motivation or that I've got money to burn, or am engaged in conspicuous spending to impress anyone.

    The club seating means a lot to me. I'm very thankful such an option exists.


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    Had my appt today. Was able to get our 5 seats together in 109 luckily. There's now pretty much none available in 106-109 other than random singles or the occassional 2-together. 110 still has plenty of great seats though.


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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunEXPRESS View Post
    Everyone has their own reasons for buying some luxury. I've got mine, and the club is a great value to me. People shouldn't presume my motivation or that I've got money to burn, or am engaged in conspicuous spending to impress anyone.

    The club seating means a lot to me. I'm very thankful such an option exists.
    Express,
    I don't think most on this board feel like those that purchase a Club Passes are doing so just to impress others. I'm happy for those that choose to do so and that the option is available. I for one could have purchased one or two Passes, but just didn't feel like it was something I wanted to do. I'm glad that UL has another revenue stream available in the form of this very nice Stadium Club!
    Have fun and enjoy it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreatestStory View Post
    I think by "entertainment value" he meant entertaining clients, potential clients, etc.

    The Stadium Club is $500 extra (per seat) in addition to your regular season ticket cost.

    At my appointment, I asked Casbon how many stadium club spots are available. He replied, "About 400, and it looks like it may already be sold out. People who do not get in will be put on a waiting list."
    And just like that, the program made $200,000. Incredible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nathancpike View Post
    And just like that, the program made $200,000. Incredible.
    And wait till the suites kick in. $9,000 for one year, then reduced from that to the low end of $7500. don't know what the increments are from 1-7 years. A seven year commitment could run in the neighborhood of $55,000 plus tickets. Robe has got to be salivating right about now. (display great relish at the sight or prospect of something great)......

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunEXPRESS View Post
    Everyone has their own reasons for buying some luxury. I've got mine, and the club is a great value to me. People shouldn't presume my motivation or that I've got money to burn, or am engaged in conspicuous spending to impress anyone.

    The club seating means a lot to me. I'm very thankful such an option exists.
    I think a big question is how many Stadium Club passes do you need? I really don't think leaving the wife outside of the Stadium Club is an option, so I'd guess it depends on your situation.

    I know a lot of people who can swing $500, but at $1k for a couple (or $2k for family of 4) things start to not make financial sense, especially when you are giving away over half of the tickets. Most couples can't make 4 games a week (weekday game + weekend series). For a family of 4, any more than 1 game a week is a big commitment.

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    can someone post a pick of seating chart? I can't open the link


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    Quote Originally Posted by anhil8tor View Post
    can someone post a pick of seating chart? I can't open the link
    Try this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunDreDog View Post
    Try this.
    Didn't Matt tell us that the tickets would be in our acct today? Just checked and mine are not there.

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    I went for my grandstand seating but have a couple in bleachers possibly invoices will be posted after that is done
    Cc


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    So, I am not an RCAF member, but have had season tickets for several years. When do I get my renewal notice? Will it come in the mail or e-mail?


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